Raymond H. Dehn

Raymond H. Dehn

2012
Bush Fellowship
Term
24 months
Minneapolis, MN—Physical design decisions around transportation and housing impact the economic, environmental and even cultural aspects of the community, as well as the health and well-being of individuals. I have been working locally on issues of housing and transportation for over a decade. That experience, along with my work in the architecture profession, city government and my recent election to the Minnesota House of Representatives, gives me a solid base from which to decipher how these areas of essential infrastructure interconnect with both the economy and community beautification. I will focus my fellowship on uncovering obstacles and deterrents that keep disinvested communities from becoming thriving, vibrant, successful communities.
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